Our Allies

CAN is a member of the following coalitions
Mass Power Forward
The MA Campaign for a Clean Energy Future  
Springfield Climate Justice Coalition
 Mass Divest
Climate Action NOW  functions as the local  350.org 
Local groups
Sugar Shack Alliance  – Non-violent direct action to stop fossil fuel infrastructure
No Fracked Gas In Mass – All about current fossil fuel infrastructure fights here
Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley
2Degrees@GreenNeighbors.Earth – Northampton neighborhood group formed to combat gas leaks
NE PLAN  – Pipe Line Awareness Network for the North East – Battling in the courts
Arise for Social Justice   – Springfield 
Western Mass Solidarity with Standing Rock
Coop Power  
 Western Mass American Friends Service Committee
The Enviro Show – Our local radio show and enviro events calendar
Amherst area NAACP  
The Northampton Committee to Stop  theWars
Represent.US  Western Mass  – Working against corruption in government
Pioneer Valley Workers Center
Western Mass Jobs with Justice
Nuestras Raices – promoting Agri-Culture
Citizen’s Climate Lobby (local chapters)
Some Student Groups
The Smith Green Team
Divest Smith
UMass Divest 
Northampton High School Environmental Club

Faith-based Groups

Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence – Climate Action Group
Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst – Green Sanctuary Committee
Peace and Justice Committee of First Churches
Mt. Toby Friends Meeting 
the South Amherst Congregational Church Green Team
Tikkun Olam committee of the Jewish Community of Amherst  
First Churches of Northampton Social Justice Committee
Congregation B’nai Israel Tikkun Olam Committee
Social Justice Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts
Social Justice Commission of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
Springfield Area Interfaith Climate Action Network (SAICAN)
 Academic Institution Groups
Smith Center for the Environment, Ecological Design, and Sustainability (CEEDS)
 Regional
BEAT – Berkshires Environmental Action Team
350.org Berkshires
Better Future Project – Boston